Junior Alex Flynn threw a complete game, two-hit shutout, striking out six and walking none to help Parkland (15-2 overall, 10-1 LVC) win its sixth straight game, and seventh straight conference game since a 1-0 setback at Coca Cola Park to Whitehall on April 13.
The Trojans used the arm of Flynn to grin and bear a 4-0 win at Easton last Friday afternoon.
The offense had just six hits, but four runs were plenty with the way Flynn pitched.
"I definitely used my curveball...
John Laub watched the final day of the NFL Draft surrounded by family members for over eight hours, waiting for that one phone call that would change his life.
While being in constant communication with his agent at Pro Star Sports Agency, that call came about 30-45 minutes after the draft's conclusion. The Detroit Lions were interested in bringing in Laub, a former Richmond Spider quarterback, for their three-day rookie minicamp and giving him a chance to compete for a roster spot....
It wasn't their most well-rounded offensive showing of the season, but every time Nazareth went ahead, the Parkland softball team had an answer at the plate.
After falling behind 2-1 in the fifth when Nazareth chalked up a run in the top half of the inning, the Trojan bats came alive in the bottom of the frame and broke a stretch of four hitless innings. The first six Trojans reached base in the fifth, and Parkland (14-5 overall; 9-4 in LVC) tallied four runs to take a 5-2 lead, a...
Egor Ivanov had experienced the big stage of a district final before. The senior has played in the Class AAA District 11 doubles championship game each of the last three years, winning once in 2012. His partner the last two years, Richie Lichtenwalner, has since graduated, and Ivanov now plays the leadership role guiding a freshman Nick Kshatri into the tournament.
"Nick is only a freshman, so obviously he's not as experienced as Richie was," Ivanov said. "I think he held together...
Jess Leiby scoops up the loose ball. She twirls her stick to secure the prized possession and begins streaking down the field.
En route she weaves through defenders with just one thing on her mind, scoring a goal. As she approaches her destination she plants her feet and fires a shot past the goalie as she sees her hard work come to fruition.
The senior midfielder repeated that process three more times as she netted four goals in the Lady Trojans' lacrosse team's defeat of...
After falling in a 3-0 hole through the first period of last week's game against Emmaus, the Parkland boys lacrosse team responded with five consecutive goals to lead by two with under eight minutes to play.
Momentum had shifted in the Trojans' favor, and it looked as if they were on their way to avenging a loss to the Hornets earlier in the season.
But what happened next was from a script one couldn't have even imagined.
Marc Feldman scored two Hornet goals in the final...
With league and district track meets coming up over the next two weeks, top teams from around the area met last Friday in one of the area's best invitational meets.
Parkland had several league and district contenders at 11th Annual Allentown School District Invitational at J. Birney Crum Stadium
Two Trojans earned gold medals at the meet, while many others made trips to the medal stand for second- and third-place finishes.
The Trojans Alicia Lawler and Nolan Hay earned...
SPA 7, Bolt Gray 4
Goals: Jenny Pope 3, Lindsay Berger 2, Alex Marstellar, Elya Bergstein
Assist: Alex Marstellar 2, Paige Yatcilla
Ground balls: Cailin Gill 8, Alex Martstellar 5, Paige Yatcilla 2, Jenny Pope, Elya Bergstein, Lindsay Berger
Interceptions: Lindsay Berger 4, Cailin Gill,
So. Lehigh 9, SPA 2
Goals: Sophia Carosella, Morgan Hurd, Alex Marstellar
Where there's smoke, there's fire, and the news of a Lehigh Valley super-conference finally came to fruition last week.
After months of rumors and speculation about the future of the Lehigh Valley Conference, the Mountain Valley Conference stepped in and sent out an invitation to 12 neighboring schools to ultimately form a "big school super-conference," according to Stroudsburg Principal and MVC President Jeff Sodl.
All of the current LVC members, except for Bethlehem Catholic...
The initial meeting for the 2013 Lehigh Valley Carpenter Cup Baseball franchise will be held at 8:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 2 in Billera Hall at DeSales University. The first three tryouts will be held at 9 a.m. on Sundays May 5, 12 and 19 at DeSales. For more information, contact LV Carpenter Cup Baseball Founder and General Manager J.F. Pirro at 215-529-0636 or firstname.lastname@example.org.